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Regal Springs Indonesia Opens Local Talent Recruitment for Toba Lake Aquaculture

As part of our commitment to sustainability and the “KAMI PEDULI (We Care)” values, Regal Springs Indonesia has initiated the recruitment process for local talent to support aquaculture operations in Toba Lake, North Sumatra. “We are currently hiring 20 divers to support our tilapia aquaculture operations in Toba Lake as part of our ongoing efforts to enhance sustainable aquaculture practices,” said David Tampubolon, Head of Corporate Affairs, on Monday (5/3).

Regal Springs Indonesia’s tilapia cultivation enterprise in Toba Lake currently employs over 480 employees, with more than 95% recruited from villages in Toba and Samosir Regencies.

For the diver positions, David stated that the company will primarily consider applicants from villages within the Ajibata, Simanindo, and Onan Rungu sub-districts, where the company’s activities are located. Successful applicants will undergo a series of training programs and receive certifications before commencing their work.

“To maximize our positive impact on the surrounding community, we also collaborate with local entrepreneurs for the procurement of goods and services required by the company, thereby creating more job opportunities and economic impact,” said David Tampubolon.

Regal Springs Indonesia operates a certified responsible Tilapia aquaculture and integrated processing business. The company produces premium products under the brand Naturally Better Tilapia for domestic and international customers.

Regal Springs Indonesia implements the “KAMI PEDULI (We Care)” Sustainability Program, which is the world’s first integrated sustainability program for aquaculture and Tilapia, aligned with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.